There is no so-called 'statute of limitations'. However, if you file a petition for child support, you will only be entitled to child support commencing on the date of the filing- it is not retroactive. Kindly contact me if you require further information.Ask a similar question
You can seek child support at any time up until the child's 21st birthday. If you were not married to the child's father at the time the child was born, you will first have to establish paternity before the Court will order support. This may require the filing of a paternity petition, which will then be automatically deemed a support petition upon a finding of paternity.
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